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  • CCS Science Fair Winners

    Cabarrus County Schools elementary and secondary students participated in the district’s annual Science Fair, held virtually this year. Congratulations to all the winners who will now advance to the UNC Charlotte Region 6 NC Science and Engineering Virtual Fair scheduled from February 10-12, 2022. See the list of winners!

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  • NCASWCD Conservation TOY

    Mount Pleasant Middle School FFA teacher Ashleigh Miller has been named the Conservation Secondary Education Teacher of the Year by the North Carolina Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (NCASWCD). Read more.

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  • District’s Top Speller Crowned

    Cabarrus County Schools is buzzing with excitement after the District Spelling Bee on Jan. 12th where Vishruth Veerapaneni, a sixth-grade student at Cabarrus Virtual Academy, was crowned the 2022 CCS Spelling Bee Champion. Read more.

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    The Cabarrus County Board of Education will meet on Monday, January 24, 2022, for a Special Called Meeting. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m at the Education Center. Read more.

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Superintendent's Message - January 21, 2021

  • John KopickiGreetings,
    The month of January certainly has presented its share of challenges – from winter weather causing us to adjust the academic calendar to staffing issues as we deal with significant numbers of teachers and staff absences due to COVID-19 and quarantines. To help alleviate some of the burden schools are feeling due to the staffing issues, my leadership team created District Office Instructional Support Teams, which provide classroom instruction and support for our teachers when schools have unmet substitute needs.
    We appreciate and value our teachers and all of our employees. Their commitment and dedication to CCS students are unmatched. Throughout the pandemic, they have continued to meet every challenge and to always do what is best for our students. I commend our employees for their efforts. We are all focused on helping our students achieve success. It’s that spirit of collaboration and cooperation in support of our district’s mission to empower students to build their futures that is the hallmark of Cabarrus County Schools.
    January is School Board Appreciation Month in North Carolina. Cabarrus County Schools is grateful to our Board of Education members for their service to our students and our system. Our school board members are active and involved citizens. They play a crucial role in our schools and our communities. They voluntarily tackle the enormous job of governing our school district, and their thoughtful and compassionate actions and decisions affect our children’s lives. CCS is fortunate to have such a dedicated group of individuals supporting our schools, students, and staff.
    Speaking of the Board of Education, the members and I are coordinating a date to meet in February for an Annual Planning Session. As soon as we have a date finalized, we will share it with you. Some of the topics to be discussed include the district’s strategic plan, results from our recent School Quality Survey, and population growth.
    Congratulations are in order for the top-speller in our district – Vishruth Veerapaneni, a sixth-grade student at Cabarrus Virtual Academy. He will represent CCS in the Carolina Panthers Regional Spelling Bee in March. We wish him lots of luck!
    As a reminder, masks are required in all CCS schools and buildings through Feb. 7th. You can find additional information about the requirement here.
    Thank you for your continued cooperation and support as we work to keep our students in school for in-person learning.
    Stay well,
    John Kopicki, Ed.D.

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